This Spells Trouble (Fiction)

Watch out for those magic books. A story from Ethan. Enjoy. πŸ™‚

ethan dale eagar

I’m trying out Diana’s challenge in response to a found image. Please check out her challenge, and other entries! I elected to try a short story, so please tell me if it is terrible. I usually stick to poetry, since there are less rules and words to misspell. πŸ™‚

Photo from pixabay,by Marianne Sopala

Rolland fell backwards, out of the tree house as the magic spell exploded all around him. Strange popping noises detonated like a cacophony of fireworks as he was launched through the door. He cried out in terror as he tumbled in midair, not realizing the changes that were already happening to his own body.

Odd, the impact on the ground did not feel was painful as he thought it would. And wasn’t it curious that his hands and feet seemed to naturally twist around in the air, moving almost cat-like to an all fours right before…

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25 thoughts on “This Spells Trouble (Fiction)

  1. Elisabet says:

    You are creating great writers! This is so full of excitment infused in the words!😊

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  2. balroop2013 says:

    Amazing tale! What fun!

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  3. Thank you all very much for reading! This was a wonderful challenge, the picture presents so many wonderful paths to explore πŸ™‚

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  4. Solitaire says:

    Oh I truly enjoyed it !!!!❀️❀️❀️

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  5. michnavs says:

    Ethan Did a good job here Di..

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  6. A great take by Ethan, a great promptbto work with.

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